Monterey Car Week: Concorso Italiano

Ferrari’s and Lamborghini’s and Alfa’s and Maserati’s. . . if it was Italian and exotic, it was here! The day started out very foggy, with exotic cars from all around the US slowly trickling in to their respectable corrals. I … Continue reading

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Monterey Car Week: Day 1

After a long a wonderful drive to Monterey, my family and I decided to cruise around Monterey, get some food, and do a bit of car spotting. We ate dinner at a local resturant called Sea Harvest. If you are … Continue reading

The P1’s little sister: McLaren MP4-12C Spider

When this car hit the market, it made the McLaren name once again stood out from the rest and rendered them a force to be reckoned with. Since the McLaren f1 stopped production in 1998, the company didn’t do much. … Continue reading

The New Standard: McLaren P1

When the original Mclaren F1 came out in 1992, it stunned the world. The legendary car, designed by Gordon Murray, could go from a stop to 60 mph in under 3.5 seconds and go to a top speed of 240 … Continue reading

NASA Racing: Auto Club Speedway, Fontana: Day 2

The morning started early (12am) when I was still driving back to the track from Santa Barbara. I got back to the hotel at 1:30am. Most of the day was spent messing around with the brakes. One of the problems … Continue reading

The Original V-Tec: Acura NSX

The Acura/Honda NSX, first produced in 1990, rocked the world. It set a new benchmark for supercars. In 1990, Ferrari had the 348, with a 0-60 time of 5.6 seconds. The NSX smashed that time by almost half a second. … Continue reading